A popular garden plant that has been used ornamentally since the 16th Century. A hardy perennial with a compact habit, growing to 15 cm, covered in golden-yellow flowers. Attracts beneficial insect, especially bees. Also known as ‘madwort’, as it was once thought to cure madness! Native to Central and South-eastern Europe. Prefers full sun in well drained soils. Can be used in rock gardens. 50 seeds.
Germinates in 1-3 weeks.